10 Facts About Radio stations


Radio stations broadcasting is transmission of audio, sometimes with related metadata, by radio waves to radio receivers belonging to a public audience.

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Radio stations's was the first artist of international renown to participate in direct radio broadcasts.

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In some places, radio stations are legal where the signal is transmitted, but illegal where the signals are received—especially when the signals cross a national boundary.

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Pirate radio stations are sometimes referred to as bootleg radio or clandestine stations.

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HD Radio stations is owned by a consortium of private companies that is called iBiquity.

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An international non-profit consortium Digital Radio stations Mondiale, has introduced the public domain DRM system, which is used by a relatively small number of broadcasters worldwide.

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Many government-owned Radio stations portray their nation in a positive, non-threatening way.

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Radio stations RSA, the broadcasting arm of the apartheid South African government, is an example of this.

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Besides ideological reasons, many Radio stations are run by religious broadcasters and are used to provide religious education, religious music, or worship service programs.

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Some Radio stations now operate without direct human intervention by using entirely pre-recorded material sequenced by computer control.

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